You are invited to attend a free symposium at Prestonwood hosted by the CMAA. There will be over 100 potential employers from engineering, construction, architecture and subcontractor firms. Wake Tech’s President, Dr. Scott Ralls, will give the keynote.
Join the Architectural Technology Department and Wake Tech AIAS in welcoming Taylor Forbis, from Lynch Mykins Structural Engineers on Thursday November 14th, from 11:50am to 1:00pm in SE 219.
Taylor will be talking to students about the relationship with the Architect and Structural Engineer. She will be sharing project work, types of projects and answering questions. Bring your own lunch and come with questions for Lynch Mykins.
Architectural Technology Students should now schedule a meeting with your Department Advisors to set up your Spring 2020 Semester courses. Please see Prof. Card, Mr. Burton or Prof. Jefferson to discuss your Spring 2020 semester.
Happy Summer to all of our Architectural Technology Students!!!!
It is time to solidify your classes for this fall 2019 semester.
DON’T MISS OUT!!!! REGISTER FOR ALL OF YOUR CLASSES TODAY!!!!!!!
The administration will cancel classes that are low enrolled, so please don’t wait to register.
Are you unsure what you need to take this fall? If you are you need to meet with one of our advisors. Please e-mail or come see Prof. Jefferson or Prof. de Alba this summer. Don’t wait!
We’d like to see all of our students registered by next Friday July 19th!!!
Fall Semester classes start Thursday August 15, 2019. REGISTER TODAY!!!!!!!
Architectural Technology students, it is that time of the year when you should be scheduling a meeting with your Faculty Academic Advisor in our program. Please schedule time to come and meet with Prof. Card, Mr. Burton, Prof. de Alba and Prof. Jefferson. This is important. All of our department students will have Academic Advising holds on their account until they have met with one of us to review your Summer 2019 and Fall 2019 course schedule as well as sign you up for any certificates in our program.
Advising is important. It helps you to go in the right direction and stay on track with your goals! So schedule a meeting with us soon!
You can find our program brochure here: Architectural Technology
Click here for our Architectural Technology Program Planning Guide
Wake Tech students touring the new YMCA facility on Rock Quarry Rd being built by Balfour Beatty Construction Co.
This facility is a very unique facility, a partnership between Wake County Schools and the YMCA.
This field trip was made possible by Candis Parker, a Wake Tech grad, now a pre-construction engineer with Balfour Beatty and Zach Hall, the Project Manager with Balfour Beatty.
Architectural Technology Faculty and Students,
Join AIAS on Monday March 11th for their Krispy Kreme Fundraiser on campus in Building E (ETB Building) on the South Campus. They will be selling Krispy Kreme Donuts (singles or by the dozen) starting at 9:30am. Get them while they last! Find the AIAS Krispy Kreme table at lobby of Building E (ETB) between the Architectural Technology Labs.